BHI is soliciting resumes for upcoming work
These Start-up Engineers will be assigned to specific systems to be the Subject Matter Expert (SME) for the project life cycle. The primary purpose of the SE is to provide dedicated engineering, planning, maintenance, and operational support for the respective piece of SBWRP equipment. It is intended for the assigned SE to follow the respective SBWRP system through its life cycle (final design, fabrication, testing, commissioning, set up, and operation) both off site and at the site
Abilities and Skills
- The SE will serve as the Work Planner, Operational Procedures and Maintenance SME for their respective SBWRP System. This includes performing the Ops & Engineering Representative role in the WL ECC process
- The SE should be proficient with AutoCAD and/or Solid Works.
- The SE should be proficient with Microsoft Office applications.
- The SE must be able to articulate design parameters into operational procedures, and provide operational oversight to ensure equipment is operated and maintained within those parameters.
- The SE is required to have a minimum 5- years’ experience in the nuclear decommissioning area.
- The SE is required have previous experience with radioactive waste handling equipment, and remote operated equipment.
- The SE is required to have previous mechanical equipment design and or fabrication experience.
- It is preferred that the SE have previous start up engineering experience.
Functions and responsibilities include but are not limited to the following:
- Function as a System Engineer and SME for a respective SBWRP System
o Responsible to observe and participate in the final equipment design, fabrication, testing, and operation both off site at fabrication location and at the site.
Responsible to develop commissioning plans for offsite and onsite
o commissioning and set up once on the WL site.
o Responsible to provide technical input to the development and performance of operator training. Must be also fully qualified to operate the respective system if needed.
o Responsible to observe the equipment operation to ensure design parameters are maintained.
o Responsible to provide technical guidance (work instructions & packages, procedures, and other needed documents) and oversight for any and all maintenance and repairs made to the system during operation.
- Function as a WL Engineering Representative while at the design and fabrication facilities.
o Responsible to report on design related issues, as well as design and fabrication issues that require resolution.
Responsible to document progress to the SBWRP Management team on general status, issues, resolutions, and other required items throughout the design and fabrication process.
o The SBWRP SE must be able to work in a team environment with the WL project staff as well as other various WL site departments as well as offsite fabrication representative and others.
The SBWRP SE should have industry experience and contacts so that in the event of additional resources, the SBWRP SE can provide references.
- The SBWRP SE is required to be able to work independently with the associated SBWRP SE team, both at the WL site, and at the design and fabrication locations. The SBWRP SE must be able to think independently and when needed seek guidance from the SE Section head and or the SE team on design, fabrication, testing and operational issues.
- The SBWRP SE must be able to facilitate and drive closure on design, fabrication, testing and operational issues as they arise, and when necessary seek guidance from the SBWRP SE Section Head
The SBWRP SE must be able to effectively communicate to entire SBWRP project team, as well as the design and fabrication
BHI will provide reasonable accommodations for the application process and during employment necessary for eligible applicants/employees to perform essential functions. If you require special support or accommodation while seeking employment with BHI Energy, please email ESC@bhienergy.com providing your name, telephone number and the best time for us to reach you.
- The SE is required to have a Civil or Mechanical Engineering Degree (Canada or US) with an optional Engineering license (Canada or US).
- Physical and Sensory Demands
o The SBWRP SE must be able to navigate major fabrication facilities without special assistance.
o Must be able to work outdoors in a variety of temperatures ranging from +30 degrees to -40 degrees C.
o Must be able to navigate snow and cold weather conditions while at design and fabrication facilities as well as the WL site.
o Must be able to pass required security screening requirements.
o Must have a valid driver’s license, and passport.
Must be able to travel internationally, via air and car for extended periods of time due to the various locations of the facilities.